i can't tell from this post

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봄날 / spring day - bts (lyrics)

me: i have no idea why i’m single lol

friend: you’re single because you’re in love with that red-headed anime boy from that one app.

me: 

what the fook u mean “that red-headed anime boy” u lil shit

you know what’s cool about my friend who has major social anxiety? she doesn’t use it to put herself down. she doesn’t use it to call herself weak, or lesser of a person. if i’m going out and i invite her out, all she has to say is can’t, anxiety. and i get it. and i go out with other friends and i see her on her time when she can socialize and not feel like the weight of the world is crushing down on her. when i tell her i’m hanging out in the living room and she lets me know, can’t, anxiety, i’m staying in my bedroom. i get it. and i don’t push her, and i don’t pity her. i understand her. 

all i’m trying to say i guess, is that when things get hard mentally, and someone calls themselves weak, it upsets me. knowing your limits isn’t a weakness. being able to openly say “yeah, i didn’t go to that last week, because you know, anxiety.” isn’t something i’m going to pity a person for, and it certainly doesn’t mean i’m thinking less of you. and it bothers me to see people who have severe anxiety, and other things, equating it to a weakness. being able to openly talk about your anxiety and your depression and your inability to function as what you or society sees as common isn’t a fault. hell, it’s a strength to be able to say, “can’t, anxiety.” and i think it’s an even bigger strength of the person you’re saying it to, to be able to understand that, even if they don’t feel the same way. strength and empathy. that’s all i guess. 

the moving goalposts.
  • trans woman: I'm a woman.
  • transmisogynist: No you're not, women dress femininely whereas men aren't pressured to wear makeup or maintain a feminine appearance.
  • trans woman: Well, I dress femininely, and I am pressured to wear makeup and maintain a feminine appearance as my failure to do so is punished with harassment and violence. So, do you consider me a woman now?
  • transmisogynist: No, you're not a woman, women experience misogynistic oppression, like catcalling and gendered wage gap.
  • trans woman: I experience both of those things, people see me as a woman and mistreat me accordingly. So, do you consider me a woman now?
  • transmisogynist: No, you're not a woman, woman is a biological class. You're a biological male.
  • trans woman: I'm on HRT, and my hormone levels are within the average range of cisgender women. I've undergone physical changes due to HRT that have made my physical body more similar to the average cis woman. So, do you consider me a woman now?
  • transmisogynist: No, women have vaginas.
  • trans woman: I've undergone vaginoplasty. I have a functioning vagina, labia majora, labia minora, and clitoris. This is very personal, but, i can, in fact, orgasm. Do you consider me a woman now?
  • transmisogynist: No, women have XX chromosomes. That's the REAL factor that determines our social role.
  • trans woman: So, are you seriously claiming that everyone goes around treating other people based on their chromosomes, a quality that can only be factually known by a medical test?
  • transmisogynist: Yes!
  • trans woman: But I've never gotten chromosomally tested. I don't ACTUALLY know what my chromosomes are. Have you ever gotten chromosomally tested?
  • transmisogynist: No, but–
  • trans woman: Then your argument is completely flawed. You know with certainty that you present as a woman, are seen as a woman, and are mistreated as a woman, but you believe that those things are totally disconnected? That, instead, your chromosomes are what people are really seeing when they look at you? That's completely preposterous.
  • transmisogynist: Well, what I really mean is, your birth assignment is what really counts, because that's when male socialization is initiated, which determines your entire mindset and outlook on the world, as well as how you treat other people.
  • trans woman: It is true that socialization influences how we view the world. But let me ask you a question, you are female-socialized, right?
  • transmisogynist: Damn right.
  • trans woman: And female socialization includes subservience to men, right?
  • transmisogynist: Yes, very much so. My parents were extremely traditionalist and imposed very strict gender roles on me as a child.
  • trans woman: But right now you're not subservient to men at all, right?
  • transmisogynist: Hell no. I'm a radical feminist, I'm a lesbian, I do not share the class interests of men and I work towards women's liberation from men as a class and, ultimately, the end of the restrictive system of gender.
  • trans woman: So, logically, this would be an example of how your gendered socialization DIDN'T control your outcome as a person. Sure, you had to actively resist that socialization, but you've moved past that.
  • transmisogynist: Yes, that's true, but the same can't be said about you, you're clearly male-socialized.
  • trans woman: Hell no. I'm a radical feminist, I'm a lesbian, I do not share the class interests of men and I work towards women's liberation from men as a class and, ultimately, the end of the restrictive system of gender.
  • transmisogynist: No, that's wrong! You can't be a lesbian, you're a male!
  • trans woman: Don't say that to my wife, she's gonna be pretty mad if you tell her she's not really a lesbian. She's been a lesbian for years, I seriously don't see how my gender is any different than the gender of her last girlfriend.
  • transmisogynist: You can't be a feminist, either! You're a male, there's no way you can understand the struggles of being a woman!
  • trans woman: Didn't you post one of my essays on gender on your facebook wall?
  • transmisogynist: Er, well, yes, but, that's before I knew that you were trans! See, this is more of your deceptive duplicitous behavior, concrete proof that you cannot overcome your male socialization or produce ideas that deserve consideration as contributions to feminism.
  • trans woman: But didn't you praise that shitty liberal Male Feminist guy's anti-transgender article?
  • transmisogynist: Yeah, but, at least he isn't calling himself a feminist, just a feminist Ally. So he's being honest and knowing his boundaries while helping feminism.
  • trans woman: And didn't you praise that conservative politician's proposed ban on transgender people being able to use the restroom? Why the hell would you ever side with a conservative? You realize that he's the same guy who has previously worked to defund women's healthcare services and repeal gay marriage? Supporting him in any capacity gives him political capital that he'll be able to leverage for future reactionary policies, because he is literally an anti-feminist politician.
  • transmisogynist: But he's one of the few politicians who's willing to stand up for a ban on transgender people in restrooms.
  • trans woman: Yeah, because he's an out-and-out bigot against LGBT people and women. He's literally creating legal contexts for male violence against transgender women, something that you've PREVIOUSLY stated you're opposed to, but now apparently you're for it.
  • transmisogynist: What male violence? It's just a legal protection for vulnerable women and girls in the sanctified space of the public bathroom.
  • trans woman: The male violence of police officers, prison guards, and prison inmates. That's the male violence that you're totally fine with exposing trans women to. If you really gave a shit about reduction of harm, you would support my right to use whatever PUBLIC RESTROOM I wanted, and support gender-neutral restrooms. After all, butch cis women have been harassed and gender-policed in restrooms in states where that law was in effect, and had security guards called on them. Isn't that a fucking travesty? I support butch women's right to use women's restrooms, and if you support trans bathroom bans, you DON'T. Cis and trans women share certain class interests, and often times if you work against trans women's' class interests, you're ultimately going to harm cis women's class interests as well. We suffer a wage gap too, which is why so many of us are FEMINISTS.
reason why usa swimmers are bad drivers

THEY DON’T KEEP BOTH FUCKING HANDS ON THE WHEEL

NO MICHAEL, STOP BOUNCING AND FLAILING YOUR ARMS AROUND, YOU’RE NOT THE GOAT RIGHT NOW #DISAPPOINTED

ok nathan i get you like pokemon and all BUT C’MON MAN IF YOU WANNA BE THE VERY BEST KEEP BOTH HANDS ON THE DAMN WHEEL

mAYA NOT ONLY ARE BOTH HANDS NOT ON THE WHEEL BUT YOU’RE NOT EVEN LOOKING AT THE ROAD EITHER

ELIZABETH STOP PARTYING IN THE USA AND PUT BOTH HANDS ON THE DAMN WHEEL (also, same caeleb.)

OH C’MON KEVIN GET IT TOGETHER

CODY THE DAMN LOBSTER PINCERS ARE KEEPING YOU FROM GRIPPING THE WHEEL

RYAN YOU ARE ON YOUR DAMN PHONE

JFC CONOR WHY DID THEY PUT YOU IN THE DRIVER’S SEAT

OH MAYA NOT AGAIN

ANTHONY, NO, EVERYTHING IS DEFINITELY NOT ALRIGHT

SWIMONE STOP FLIPPING YOUR HAIR AND PUT BOTH HANDS ON THE WHEEL

and now here is the real GOAT katie ledeckY BEING A RESPONSIBLE ADULT

so, if you’re thinking of hiring these swimmers as a driver, don’t, unless their name is katie ledecky

this has been a psa by patricia aka rowmanova :)

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Social Media AU
Pt 2//They didn’t get any better :/
Still inspired by @frostedpuffs and @buginettedupaincheng

Adrien (you are here)| Marinette

anonymous asked:

I recently saw a THIng and I can't get it out of my head. Getting scared. Of course aliens get scared, so When they see humans get scared, the reactions are seen as normal; Wild flailing, dying whale noises, the norms. Like, *AuuUaFh* "Ah, yes. A flying Crowling. Your imitation of a large aquatic creature is valid." But then…*🎶we're gonna die, there's a flying fuck face chasing us and we're all gonna fucking lose our lives🎵* "HUMAN TYLER NO." Because you can't tell me you haven't seen this.

I saw that post and almost died! Legit i sing whenever I get scared or nervous. Ive mentioned previously that im a bit of a adrenaline junkie so i tend to be like

🎶 if thus rope breaks im deaaaadd, birds stay the hell away from meeee, it’s time to diiiIIIIiieeee 🎶

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Here’s special images I wanted to share. This is like the second part of the relationship chart I posted last month.

 Take a look at these chef ikemen. So Dreaaaammyy..

 Also then there’s shun, looking cool as always 😎😍 

 In making parfait, Shun got first place btw ^^;; 

 Shun should make me his special parfait since he got first place lololol 


  YOOOO! THAT ONE DUDE WHO’S NEXT TO BABA LOOKS LIKE—

Originally posted by gifsme

Someone send help lololol I’m done XD SOMEONE TELL ME WHO IS HE XD

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Tim refuses to ride in a car with Jason driving anymore because he’s gotten like three concussions from Jason constantly slamming the breaks (and throwing him forward into the dashboard, since he’s always so exhausted that he forgets the seatbelt) after speeding up and Jason does this on purpose just to mess with the kid and when it happens he’s laughing like “hahahahahha please tell me you didn’t just break your nose”

Replace Plus Extra Chapter 14: Christmas Miracles

What if the Generation of Miracles were Santa?
Kagami: *snore*

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